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August 3, 1940

MEDICAL PREPAREDNESS

JAMA. 1940;115(5):389-390. doi:10.1001/jama.1940.02810310047014

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Abstract

COMMITTEE ON MEDICAL PREPAREDNESS  Dr. IrvinAbell, Louisville, Ky., ChairmanDr. Charles A. Dukes, Oakland, Calif.Dr. Roy W. Fouts, OmahaDr. Stanley H. Osborn, Hartford, Conn.Dr. John H. O'Shea, Spokane, Wash.Dr. James E. Paullin, Atlanta, Ga.Dr. Walter G. Phippen, Salem, Mass.Dr. Fred W. Rankin, Lexington, Ky.Dr. Harvey B. Stone, BaltimoreDr. Samuel E. Thompson, Kerryville, TexasEx Officio:Dr. Arthur W. Booth, Elmira, N. Y., Chairman Board of TrusteesDr. Austin A. Hayden,* Chicago, Secretary Board of TrusteesDr. Nathan B. Van Etten, New York, President American Medical AssociationDr. Morris Fishbein, Chicago, Editor Journal of the American Medical Association*Deceased.

COMMITTEE ON MEDICAL PREPAREDNESS  This committee was created by the House of Delegates of the American Medical Association to cooperate with the Advisory Commission on National Defense, the Army and Navy Medical Corps, the United States Public Health Service and all other federal agencies in preparing our nation medically to meet any emergency. The functions of the Committee include the following activities:

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